I can’t say it’s a Safari 4 feature, I tested Firefire 3.5 beta, they can achieve it. But it definitely fixed a serious problem in Safari 3. If you have tried some resource killing web site, e.g. HD flash movie page, Facebook games like Restaurant City, you will find the CPU usage can be pushed up more than 100%, if you have dual core processor!! And my MacBook Pro can be heated up to 88 degree Celsius (why I hate Flash!). The worst is if you only a new tab and browsing page or even minimize Safari 3 into Dock, the CPU usage is still high as before!
Now I found Safari 4 fixed this issue very well. Now I can’t use my MBP to fry egg! 🙂
Restaurant City in foreground
Restaurant City in background
I think I registered once Dropbox has released. It becomes part of my imaging workflow.
I delivers photos to my friends, share everything with my girl friend with Dropbox. The biggest benefit of it is they have both web interface and client. I always told me friends to install client if they need to download many large files. And if they located in somewhere can’t have client installed, web interface is perfect channel for them to get the files. And it has iPhone browser interface as well! Web interface is simple and clear and providing versioning as well.
After installing client, it would synchronize all the files from Dropbox seamlessly.
Try it and be my referrals to let me get more space! 🙂
Thanks again for WordPress’s kindness, without him no this blog here! They have just upgraded the public version to 2.7 with very nice interface! 😀
Time to say goodbye to the dull Gmail interface! 🙂
I don’t know how new it is. But when I just come across flickr today, I found it allows to upload video now. I’ve tried it, the compression quality is much better than youtube! And I like it so much that it will become a single platform for me to publish photos and videos!!! GREAT!